There are two ways of using the GitHub task tracker in Standuply
1. Surveys about GitHub tasks
2. Answering questions via selecting tasks from GitHub
But the first step for both of these use cases is the same.
Adding GitHub as your Task Tracker and doing the authorization
How to do Surveys about GitHub tasks
After you made your Survey Report and integrated GitHub as your Task Tracker for this report, you will get this menu:
After setting a needed Project, Columns, Status of Tasks, Number of Task, you can also set Assignees for the tasks.
You can always apply the same settings to every respondent on the report by clicking on Apply to All button.
This is how Surveys on the GitHub tasks look in Slack
This is how Surveys' results look in GitHub
How to make a report with the questions based on your GitHub Task
After creating a new report, change the question type to "Task Response."
After setting a needed Project, Columns, Status of Tasks, you can also set Assignees for the tasks.
Since the respondents of this report will basically give their answers to certain tasks from GitHub, they can always choose what tasks they want to answer by choosing it from the "Select item" dropdown when the report just was started.